Do you have a friend or family member who’s just known for something? The person who can sell anything, the hilarious storyteller, the expert negotiator? You know, that person who seems to always find a good deal or land a better price than anyone else? You always want to take them with you when shopping for big purchases to learn how they do it.
Sometimes you just need to take a good hard look in the mirror and truly reflect on how you’re doing. Physically, emotionally, mentally, financially. Wait… how do you assess your financial health? This starts with a baseline understanding of your financial literacy.
Who can pass up something considered “one of those too good to be true occurrences in nature”? – according to the Complete Guide to Idaho Hot Springs.
Oh that dreaded feeling – after a long day at the office to get home and hear the question, “What’s for dinner? I’m starving.” If this makes you want to throw up your hands and run for cover, you may have already considered adding a meal delivery system to your routine. But is it worth the cost?
What does feeling in control mean to you? Maybe it means getting that morning run in, checking off your whole to-do list for that particular day or week, or getting your kids off to school on time.
Summer can mean different things to different people – summer travel, kids out of school, summer camp, etc. But one thing we can all agree on is sunshine and warmer weather.
Planning a wedding can be one of the most exciting and stressful times of your life. You finally found your soulmate and have made the commitment to tie the knot and spend the rest of your lives together.
Money sense usually doesn’t come naturally. You have to learn it. And if you pass or delay on this opportunity to teach kids about money early on, they could find themselves already in a hole later in life.
There are some things that aren’t easy to talk about, and money is often at the top of that list. Discussing money and finances can especially be a landmine topic in relationships, as it can take quite some time for two people to learn how to share their life… and finances.
As the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Eve, we not only pop the champagne to celebrate the close of one year, but also the excitement of beginning the next.